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WWII CHRISTMAS LIGHTS

Source:   Making these lights would have been an act of passive resistance against strict Nazi blackout rules and confiscation in the Netherlands  

Like most western countries, Christmas is widely celebrated in the Netherlands, and the Dutch even have two versions of Father Christmas, who are celebrated on both 5 and

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